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One factory in the United States has been busy for months as the rest of the economy slows down -- the Hormel Foods (NYSE:HRL) plant that makes Spam.
The factory in Austin, Minn., has been operating two shifts a day seven days a week producing the canned lunch meat, The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) reported. Workers, with all the overtime they can handle, have been told the long hours are likely to continue indefinitely.
For real Spam weirdness, do a search for "spam Hawaii"... It's not a new fad -- for years people in Hawaii have consumed much more than their fair share of SPAM.
How about some good ol' MREs?
I was in the Navy. Chuckles.
I love SPAM! Don't eat for a few days and then crack open a can of SPAM. It will be history in minutes and you'll have loved every single bite. You might even lick the can, I have. :)
The title has a deceiving visual. When I looked at first, I thought it said Spam Numbers up at Home. Tricky!
Also, SPAM should be all caps and it is trademarked.